"President Trump is not only going to finish this term, he's going to win with 400 electoral votes in 2020."
The former Secretary of State did not definitively call Trump a white supremacist, but it's rather stunning that she refused to say he isn't.
This is the kind of unhinged and crackpot rhetoric that is common on Info Wars, but it has no place in American government.
If there was a moment for Trump to reverse the narrative that he is a white supremacist sympathizer, today would have been it. Instead, he attacked the protesters in Boston and praised Steve Bannon.
The end may very well be near for Donald Trump's presidency.
"In terms of people actually working in the administration, apparently everybody is fine, nobody is leaving, they're all okay with it."
"If allowed to continue along this senseless path, Mr. Trump will do lasting harm to American society and to our standing in the world."
"The president needs to be crystal clear that hatred has no place in our society, but he is currently failing at it."
Though the majority of Americans do not condone the racially driven terrorism we saw in Charlottesville this weekend, this is increasingly what America is becoming with Donald Trump in the White House.
Obama's message of love and unity – and his clear suggestion that today's violence was racially motivated – stood in stark contrast to Trump's remarks.
Denouncing terrorism at the hands of white supremacists wouldn't fit Trump's narrative that America should fear only minority groups.
The willingness of this president to ignore what is specifically fueling the outbreak of deadly violence and hatred in Virginia will only give oxygen to those causing it.
Meanwhile, the President of the United States remains silent as, at this hour, he is likely teeing off from one of the fairways at his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey.
The counter-protesters gathered Saturday to deliver a message of unity and tell the hate group, "Love has always won."
A source from within the White House told the media that they are coordinating with the alt-right to defend Donald Trump Jr.
"This is for those that possess the Warrior Spirit. The weak or timid need not apply ... Trump has our back for the next 8 years. The timing couldn’t be better."
"I will spend every waking moment of the rest of my life making...Black Lives Matter activists and other professional victims a living hell."
"It shows the depths that they will go to try to disparage someone and the desperation, really, of the liberals," whines Kimberly Guilfoyle
White nationalism and anti-Semitism have become growing problems not only around the world but in the United States, and particular focus has been drawn to the movement, calling itself the “alt-right” because of it’s support for Donald Trump.
Fake news is bad enough but as Media Matters explains, the “alt-right” "embraces it for a more dangerous purpose": harassment and death threats